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Worm Infestation and Homoeopathy

© Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD (Homoeopathy)

     Dr. Swati Vishnoi BHMS

     Dr. Preetika Lakhera BHMS

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Contents

Introduction. 2

Definition. 2

Incidence. 2

Pathophysiology. 3

Causes 3

Types 4

Flatworms 4

Flukes 4

Roundworms 5

Signs and symptoms 5

Acute infestation. 5

Chronic infestation. 5

Diagnosis 6

Clinical Diagnosis 6

Tapeworms 6

Roundworms 6

Pinworms 7

Threadworms 7

Liver fluke. 7

Hookworms 8

Investigations 8

Stool examination. 8

NIH anal Swab.. 8

Blood examination. 8

X- Ray. 8

Ultra-sonography. 8

CT Scan and MRI 8

Differential diagnosis 8

Treatment 9

Prevention. 9

Homoeopathic treatment 9

Common remedies for worm infestation. 9

Short repertory of worm infestation. 9

Bibliography. 13

 

Introduction

Worms live in a variety of habitats, in the earth such as earthworms, in water such as the leeches and in an animal such as malaria or human host such as tapeworms.

The worms that live inside or on human or animals are known as parasites and the condition as parasitosis. They survive on the food supplies of their host and cause a wide range of conditions and symptoms, ranging from mild to severe (Psora/ Causa occasionalis).

Definition

The state of being invaded or overrun by parasitic worms inside a living host is termed worm infestation (Psora).

Incidence

In India, the incidence of worm infestation is quite common-

  • Anemia caused by hookworm is responsible for increased maternal mortality as well as child-hood deaths and sub-optimal growth and development of children in India (Causa occassionalis)
  • Ascaris lumbricoides is the commonest worm
  • Hookworm infection covers 60% to 80% in areas of Assam, West Bengal, Orrisa and eastern coasts of Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh
  • It presents as an endemic disease
  • Up to one billion people have helminthic infections in the world

Pathophysiology

Parasites use host organisms for their nutrients and thrive in environments where they have a ready supply of food. The worms eat half-digested food in their host’s intestines as their own food supply or suck blood.

Parasites injure and destroy the tissues of their hosts. They also produce toxic waste products causing a wide range of health problems to the host. (Psora/ Syphilis/ Causa occassionalis)  

Many parasites are minute and almost invisible to the naked eye, while others grow to large lengths. Small sized parasites easily travel around the blood stream finding suitable places to grow and develop or creep on surface of hot body.

Intra alimentary or intra visceral parasites invade intestine, liver, spleen, lungs, brain, blood cells etc.

The adult parasites live in the intestine. During night, female parasites migrate to the anus and lay eggs. These eggs later pass out through the stool and remain in the external environment for several weeks. Humans become infected through unhygienic contact where these eggs get ingested. The eggs enter into human body through water and food and they breed in the intestines.

  • Roundworms enter humans through eating contaminated food (Causa occassionalis)
  • Thread worms may enter the body through dirty hands (Causa occassionalis)
  • Hookworms enter the human body due to bare footed walking on the infected earth or soil (Causa occassionalis)

Causes

The main causes of intestinal worms are wrong food habits and faulty lifestyle. Worms transmit through-

  • Bad hygiene in toilets and other public places
  • Badly cooked or uncooked foods such as beef, pork, poultry and fish
  • By mud pools, stagnant ponds, streams, rivers and other small or large pools of water
  • Contaminated food
  • Pets and farm animals
  • Poor sanitation and improper sewerage
  • Poor water supplies and poor sanitation can transmit parasites
  • Some fruit and vegetables can also contain parasites
  • Through the air by breath
  • Vectors or transmitting agents such as mosquitoes, fleas and flies

Types

All these worms are characterized by following points-

  • Invertebrates
  • Long, narrow bodies without legs
  • Bilateral symmetry
  • Tissues, organs, and body systems
  • Have a nervous system with a brain
  • Reproduce asexually and sexually
  • Many have separate male and female
  • Some (most flatworms) are hermaphrodites
  • Reproduce asexually by breaking into pieces

Worms that infect humans can be divided into three groups-

  • Flatworms
  • Flukes
  • Roundworms, whipworms, hookworms

      Tapeworm            Schistosoma                                 Ascaris lumbricoides

Flatworms

Flatworms include Tapeworms. Flatworms breathe and eat literally through their skin. Oxygen and nutrients pass through their skin. They have no separate organs for digestion or circulation.

They feed on the blood, tissue fluids, or pieces of cells inside the bodies of their hosts. They live internally in humans and infect the blood and organs. Flatworms range in size from being microscopic to some over 20 meters long as whale tapeworm.

The most common types of flatworms that live in humans are Tapeworms. Tapeworms live in human intestines and feed on the partially-digested food in intestines.

Flukes

Flukes are a type of parasitic Flatworm. They have at least one external sucker, which is used to attach themselves to their host. Blood flukes live in humans internally.

Roundworms

The most common types of roundworms are Pinworms or Threadworms, Hookworms, Ascaris and Heartworms.

They have hollow bodies and openings at either end and generally grow between 2-5 inches in length. Roundworms are very commonly found in pets and animals such as dogs and cats and can easily pass on to humans.

Roundworms live in salt water, fresh water and soil. Contaminated food and pets are the most usual way to get roundworms.

Signs and symptoms

Most individuals with intestinal worm infestation are asymptomatic.

Acute infestation

  • Epigastric pain
  • Periumbilical pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Maculopapular dermatitis at the site by larva penetration
  • Perianal pruritus in children with Enterobius vermicularis infestation
  • Transient pneumonitis symptoms due to migration of larvae to lungs
  • Anal itching, especially at night when the female lays her eggs.
  • Anemia
  • Bad breath
  • Constant desire to eat food
  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Diarrhea
  • Headaches
  • Iron deficiency anemia
  • Lassitude
  • Restlessness in the night with bad dreams
  • Weakness

Chronic infestation

Heavy and chronic infection of Trichuris with co-infection of Entamoeba can cause dysentery and resemble hook-worm disease, acute appendicitis or amoebic dysentery.

Children may show-

  • Irritability
  • Failure to thrive
  • Precipitation of protein energy malnutrition (PEM)
  • Intermittent diarrhea
  • Pot-belly

Occasionally patient may give history of passing worms in stools. Oral expulsion of round worms is also occasionally perceived.

Diagnosis

Clinical Diagnosis

It is based on history of-

  • Abdominal colic
  • Intermittent diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Teeth grinding during sleep in children
  • Signs of malnutrition
  • Poor growth for cases of chronic infestations

The type of Intestinal worms can be recognized based on the typical symptoms displayed by each type of worm-

Tapeworms

They enter the body by contaminated food or undercooked food or meat. There are two species of Tapeworm (taenia)- Taenia Solium (beef tapeworm) and Taenia Saginata (pork tapeworm). Tapeworm resemble noodles and are white in color and mover in a squirming motion.

Abdominal pain is the most common symptom of Tapeworm. This may or may not be accompanied by weight loss.

Roundworms

The two roundworms- Toxascaris leonina and Toxocara canis, are more harmful than tapeworms and produce cough, abdominal pain, fever, vomiting, inflammation of the intestine and lungs, diarrhea, irritability, nervousness, fatigue, weight loss and allergic reactions.

Pinworms

Pinworms cause itching of the anus or vagina and may result in lesions in the anus. Itching normally occurs at night which may cause fatigue, irritability, abdominal pain and diarrhea.

Threadworms

These are characterized by regular bouts of diarrhea, alternating with constipation, intense itching in the area of rectum, cough, fever and loss of weight.

Liver fluke

Liver fluke causes jaundice, fever, enlarged liver, pain under the ribs on the right side. If left untreated, liver fluke can cause other complications, especially biliary tract disease.

Hookworms

The symptoms of hookworms affecting the intestine include nutritional disorders and anemia.

Investigations

The diagnosis is mostly clinical. However, stool samples may be seen for cysts and ova. Perianal scrapings with cello tape or swabs from under the nails may be taken for eggs of Enterobius. Peripheral blood smear may show eosinophilia.

Stool examination

For eggs in stools for Ankylostoma, Necator, Ascaris, Trichuris and Strongyloid species. Proglottids are demonstrable in stools for Taeniasis.

NIH anal Swab

For Entrobius infections in children ova can be noticed in perianal region using National Institute of Health anal swab.

Blood examination

For eosinophilia and microscopic, hypo-chromic anemia in case of helminthiasis.

X- Ray

To detect cysticercosis in brain and muscles especially in thighs.

Ultra-sonography

  • For round-worm infestation in cases presenting as intestinal obstruction or biliary colic
  • For Hydatid cysts in liver, brain, kidney, bone and other viscera

CT Scan and MRI

May be required as additional examinations for cysticercosis and hydatid cyst cases.

Differential diagnosis

  • Most cases are asymptomatic or with vague and ill-defined symptoms
  • Symptoms appear related to the organs infested, such as pneumonitis, abdominal colic, hepatitis, pleuritic pains and epileptic seizures
  • Dermatological symptoms appear due to larva penetration and migration
  • Chronic cases of infestation have malnutrition and anemia
  • Infested children show poor growth and development
  • Always washing hands after caressing an animal
  • Carrying a hand disinfectant to use during the day
  • Disposing the pet waste carefully
  • Drinking properly filtered water
  • Ensuring the best possible sources of mea
  • Minimizing moulds building up at home and keeping home bug-free
  • Reducing intake of raw beef, pork or fish
  • Regularly deworming pets or animals
  • Showering or cleaning regularly
  • Taking off outdoor shoes
  • Thoroughly cooking properly rinsed meat
  • Washing fruit, salads and vegetables before use
  • Washing hands when coming home from work

Treatment

Prevention

Homoeopathic treatment

Common remedies for worm infestation

abrot. acet-ac. ACON. aesc. AGAR. ager-c. agn. agri. Ail. all-c. all-s. alum. am-c. ambr. ambro. anac. ant-c. ant-t. Anth. apoc-a. apoc. aq-calc. aq-mar. arec. arg-met. Arg-n. arge-pl. arge. Ars. art-v. asaf. asar. asc-t. atis. Bapt. BAR-C. bar-m. bar-s. bell-p-sp. Bell. bism. borx. bov. bry. bufo calad. calc-caust. calc-f. CALC. callil-l. cann-i. cara-p. Carb-an. Carb-v. carbn-s. carbn-tm. carc. card-m. carli-a. cassia-o. CAUST. celo-t. Cham. Chel. chelo. chen-a. chen-vg. chim. Chin-b. chin. choc. Cic. CINA cinnb. claus-an. claus-in. clerod-g. coca coca-c. COCAIN. cocc. coff. colch. Coli. coloc. croc. crot-h. crot-t. cuc-m. cuc-p. cupr-act. cupr-o. cupr-ox. cupr. cycl. dig. diph-t-tpt. DOL. dryop-i. dryop-p. dulc. emb-k. emb-r. emb-sc. erlan-c. esp-g. eucal. ferr-i. ferr-m. Ferr-s. Ferr. fil. Form. frag. gaert. galla-q-r. geb-k. gink-b. Gran. GRAPH. grat. guare. haru-ma. hed. helm. heroin. hir. Hyos. hyper. ichth. Ign. ina-i. Indg. iod. Ip. irid-met. jab. jatr-c. kali-br. kali-c. kali-chl. kali-i. kali-m. kam. kou. kreos. kres. lach. laur. lipp. luna lyc. mag-c. Mag-m. Mag-s. med. merc-c. Merc-d. Merc. mez. mill. mur-ac. musca-d. napht. naphtin. Nat-c. nat-m. Nat-p. nat-s. nep. NIT-AC. Nux-m. Nux-v. oci-sa. ol-eur. othon-n. oxyg. pann. passi. pellin. peti-a. petr. ph-ac. Phos. phys. physal-an. Phyt. pic-ac. pin-s. plan. Plat. plect. podo. positr. prot. psor. Ptel. Puls. quas. ran-s. Rat. rhod. Rhus-t. Ruta SABAD. sabin. sacch. sal-ac. SANG. Santin. Scir. sec. sel. SEP. ser-a-c. SIL. sin-a. Sin-n. SPIG. Spong. squil. Stann. staph. Stram. stry. strych-h. SULPH. sumb. syph. tab. tanac. tarent. tell. teph-v. TER. Teucr. thom-h. Thuj. thymol. trem-or. Urt-u. Valer. vanil. Verat. vern-a. vern-am. Viol-o. Viol-t. zinc.

Short repertory of worm infestation

ABDOMEN - IRRITATION - Intestines; of - worms; from santin.

ABDOMEN - MOVEMENTS in - worm, as from dulc. nat-c. zinc.

ABDOMEN - PAIN - Hypochondria - gnawing pain - worm; like a kreos. puls.

ABDOMEN - PAIN - Umbilicus - Region of umbilicus - worms; from Spig.

ABDOMEN - PAIN - worms; from – cramping art-v. bism. Cina fil. gran. Indg. merc. nat-p. sabad. spig.

ABDOMEN - PAIN - worms; from art-v. bism. Cina fil. gran. Indg. merc. nat-p. sabad. spig.

ABDOMEN - WORMS; complaints from acon. asar. bell. Cic. CINA ferr. hyos. ign. lach. Merc. nux-m. nux-v. ruta Sabad. Sil. SPIG. sulph. Teucr. valer. verat.

BACK - FORMICATION - worms; as from staph.

BLADDER - URINATION - involuntary - night - worms; from cina Santin. sil. sulph.

BLADDER - WORM in; sensation of a bell. sep.

CHEST - PALPITATION of heart - worms; from spig.

CHEST - PHTHISIS pulmonalis - accompanied by – ascarides ferr.

COUGH - WORM crawled up from pit of stomach in throat; from sensation as if a zinc.

COUGH – WORMS cina ter.

DREAMS - FACE - worm climbing out of the forehead galla-q-r.

DREAMS - WORMS - covered with gink-b.

DREAMS - WORMS – creeping alum. am-c. bov. esp-g. ina-i. kali-c. mur-ac. nux-v. oxyg. phos. ran-s. ruta sil.

DREAMS - WORMS - vomited; are Chin-b. Chin.

DREAMS – WORMS alum. arge-pl. bell-p-sp. choc. coca-c. musca-d. ol-eur. oxyg. positr. sil.

EAR - WORMS, sensation of acon. calc. coloc. guare. med. mur-ac. nux-v. pic-ac. puls. rhod. rhus-t. ruta sep.

EYE - COMPLAINTS of eyes - accompanied by - worms; complaints of art-v.

EYE - STRABISMUS - accompanied by - worms; complaints of bell. cina cycl. hyos. merc. Santin. spig.

FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - ITCHING - worms; from – pinworms calad.

FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - SEXUAL DESIRE - increased - worms; from Sabad.

FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - WORMS – pinworms ferr. merc. Sabad. Sil. Sulph.

FEVER - WORMS; from ACON. ambr. anac. ars. asar. bell. Calc. Chin. cic. CINA dig. Ferr. Graph. hyos. ign. kali-c. lach. Merc. nat-m. nux-v. passi. petr. phos. Plat. puls. ruta SABAD. sabin. santin. SIL. Spig. spong. stann. stram. SULPH. teucr. thuj. valer.

GENERALS - CATALEPSY - worm complaints; in sabad.

GENERALS - CHOREA - worms; from asaf. Calc. Cina santin. Spig. tanac.

GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - children; in - worms; from cic.

GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - epileptic - worms; from cic. cina indg. santin. sil. stann. sulph. teucr.

GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - worms; from Anth. ars. art-v. asaf. bar-m. Bell. Cham. Cic. CINA cupr-o. cupr. Hyos. Ign. Indg. kali-br. kali-c. Nux-v. petr. plat. sabad. Santin. sil. spig. Stann. stram. sulph. tanac. Ter.

GENERALS - NEUROLOGICAL complaints - accompanied by - worms; complaints of art-v.

GENERALS - NEUROLOGICAL complaints - worms; from Cina psor. sabad.

GENERALS - TREMBLING - Externally - worm complaints; in sabad.

GENERALS - TWITCHING - worm complaints; in Cina sabad. santin.

GENERALS - WEAKNESS - worms; with carc. Cic. Cina Merc.

HEAD - ALIVE in head; sensation of something - crawling; as of a worm - Forehead; in alum.

HEAD - PAIN - Forehead - drawing pain - worm creeping through; as from a sulph.

HEAD - PAIN - Temples - drawing pain - worm creeping; as from a sulph.

HEAD - PAIN - worm complaints Calc. chin. Cina graph. nux-v. plat. sabad. Sil. spig. Sulph.

HEAD - PAIN - worm creeping; as from a alum.

HEARING - IMPAIRED - worms, with infection of chen-a.

MALE GENITALIA/SEX - FORMICATION - Scrotum - worms; as from staph.

MALE GENITALIA/SEX - MASTURBATION; disposition to - worms; from calad.

MIND - ANGER - worm complaints; in Carb-v. Cina

MIND - BITING - worm affections; in Carb-v. croc.

MIND - DELUSIONS - beetles, worms etc. ars. bell. dulc. hyos. kres. nep. Stram.

MIND - DELUSIONS - worms - bed; are in ars.

MIND - DELUSIONS - worms - covered with; he is cocain.

MIND - DELUSIONS - worms - creeping of alum. am-c. ars. bov. coca-c. kali-c. mur-ac. Nux-v. phos. ran-s. sil.

MIND - DELUSIONS - worms - vomitus is a bunch of cann-i.

MIND - DELUSIONS – worms alum. am-c. ars. bov. cann-i. coca-c. Cocain. heroin. kali-c. mur-ac. Nux-v. phos. ran-s. sil.

MIND - FEAR - worm diseases; with stann.

MIND - FEAR - worms; of aesc. ars. nat-m. oxyg.

MIND - IRRITABILITY - worm affections; in - followed by – squinting nat-p.

MIND - IRRITABILITY - worm affections; in – threadworms teucr.

MIND - IRRITABILITY - worm affections; in abrot. Carb-v. CINA fil. nat-p. teucr.

MIND - KICKING - worm-complaints; during Carb-v. cina

MIND - MOROSE - worm affection, in Carb-v. CINA Fil.

MIND - NYMPHOMANIA - worms, from plat. sabad.

MIND - RAGE - worm affections; in Carb-v.

MIND - STRIKING - worm affections, in Carb-v.

MIND - THOUGHTS - worms; about coca-c.

NOSE - EPISTAXIS - accompanied by - worms; complaints of Cina merc.

NOSE - ITCHING - worms; from Santin. spig.

RECTUM - DIARRHEA - worms; from – infection anth.

RECTUM - DIARRHEA - worms; from chin. cina ferr. sabad. spig. teucr. valer.

RECTUM - FORMICATION - Anus - worm; as from cinnb.

RECTUM - ITCHING - ascarides, from anth. calc-f. Calc. chin. Ferr. graph. ign. indg. irid-met. laur. med. mez. Nat-p. nit-ac. psor. Sabad. sacch. sin-a. sulph. Teucr. Urt-u.

RECTUM - ITCHING - worms; like arg-met. hir. sulph.

RECTUM - PAIN - biting pain - worms, as from chin-b.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - accompanied by - constipation - children; in DOL.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - accompanied by – constipation fil.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - accompanied by – emaciation bar-c. calc. CINA graph. lyc. nat-m. Spig. Sulph.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - accompanied by – nausea ars. calc. Cina merc. nit-ac. Ruta sil. sulph.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - accompanied by – scrofula sil.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - accompanied by - Tongue; white fil.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - children; in abrot. calc. carc. cic. CINA coli. cupr. Gaert. Ign. Nux-m. Ruta sil. SPIG. sulph. teucr. Viol-o.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – hookworm carbn-tm. card-m. chen-a. thymol.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - moon; full Calc. chin. cina ferr. Sulph.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – pinworms abrot. acet-ac. acon. agn. alum. ambr. ant-t. aq-calc. arg-n. Ars. asar. asc-t. Bapt. BAR-C. bar-m. bar-s. bufo Calc. carb-v. carbn-s. chelo. chin. cina clerod-g. colch. croc. crot-t. cupr. dig. dol. ferr-m. Ferr. gaert. graph. grat. hyos. Ign. indg. kali-c. lyc. mag-c. Mag-s. med. Merc-d. merc. mill. napht. nat-c. NAT-M. Nat-p. nux-m. nux-v. petr. phos. plat. prot. Ptel. Rat. rhus-t. SABAD. sabin. santin. Scir. Sep. sil. sin-a. Sin-n. Spig. Spong. squil. Sulph. tell. TER. Teucr. thuj. urt-u. Valer. vanil. vern-a. zinc.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – roundworm Abrot. acon. aesc. Agn. all-s. anac. ant-c. arg-n. Ars. asaf. asar. bar-c. bell. borx. calc. carbn-s. caust. cham. Chel. chelo. Chen-a. chen-vg. chin. cic. CINA clerod-g. coloc. cupr. emb-r. Ferr-s. ferr. Gran. graph. helm. hyos. ign. indg. iod. kali-c. kali-chl. lyc. mag-c. mag-m. merc-c. merc-d. merc. napht. nat-m. nat-p. nux-m. nux-v. petr. phos. pin-s. plect. psor. rhus-t. ruta Sabad. santin. sec. Sil. SPIG. stann. staph. SULPH. ter. teucr. Thuj. urt-u. valer. viol-o.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – schistosome Ant-t.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - tapeworm - accompanied by – salivation sabad.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - tapeworm - Hypochondria; sensation as if in  region of Merc.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - tapeworm - moon - full moon; during Merc.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms - tapeworm - moon - waning moon; during Sulph.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – tapeworm agn. agri. Ail. alum. ambr. anac. arec. Arg-n. arge. ars. calc-caust. CALC. callil-l. Carb-an. Carb-v. carbn-s. carli-a. caust. chin. cina cinnb. claus-in. clerod-g. coff. colch. croc. cuc-p. cupr-act. cupr-o. cupr-ox. cupr. emb-k. Fil. Form. frag. geb-k. gran. Graph. grat. ign. kali-c. kali-i. kam. kou. laur. lyc. Mag-m. merc. Nat-c. nat-m. nat-p. nat-s. nit-ac. nux-v. othon-n. pann. pellin. petr. phos. Plat. psor. Puls. rhus-t. Sabad. sabin. sal-ac. santin. Sep. Sil. spig. spong. Stann. stry. strych-h. sulph. ter. teucr. thuj. thymol. valer. Verat. zinc.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – trichinae ars. bapt. cupr-ox.

RECTUM - WORMS - complaints of worms – whipworm podo.

SKIN - ERUPTIONS - urticaria - accompanied by – pinworm urt-u.

SKIN - ERUPTIONS - urticaria - ascarides; with urt-u.

SKIN - WORMS; sensation of - boring and crawling on body; as if worms were tarent.

SKIN - WORMS; sensation of - Under the skin coca COCAIN.

SKIN - WORMS; sensation of ars. coca merc. nat-c. nit-ac. sel. sil. sulph.

SLEEP - RESTLESS - worms; from Nat-p. santin.

SLEEP - SLEEPINESS - worms; with Nux-m.

SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - worms; from Ferr. teucr. Valer.

SLEEP - WAKING - worms, from calc-f.

STOMACH - APPETITE - ravenous - worms; from bar-c. calc. chin. Cina graph. lyc. nat-m. SPIG. sulph.

STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS; TYPE OF - food - worm; like a puls. Sulph.

STOMACH - IRRITATION - worms; from santin.

STOMACH - NAUSEA - Throat, in - worm in; as if a puls. spig.

STOMACH - PAIN - cramping - worm; as from a nat-c.

STOMACH - PAIN - gnawing pain - worm; as from a nat-c.

STOMACH - PAIN - worms; from Cina gran.

STOMACH - VOMITING - worms; from Acon. bell. carb-v. chin. CINA Ip. lach. Merc. Nux-v. Puls. SULPH.

STOMACH - VOMITING; TYPE OF - worms – lumbrici acon. Cina sabad. sec.

STOMACH - VOMITING; TYPE OF – worms Acon. anac. ars. bar-m. calc. Cina coff. Ferr. hyos. merc. nat-m. Phyt. Sabad. SANG. sec. sil. spig. sulph. verat.

STOMACH - WORM; sensation of a - Upwards to the throat; climbing from pit of stomach zinc.

STOMACH - WORM; sensation of a - Upwards to the throat; climbing from pit of stomach – morning cocc.

STOMACH - WORM; sensation of a cina cocc. lach.

STOOL - MUCOUS - worm, like a stann.

STOOL - WORM-like graph. stann.

STOOL - WORMS agg. acon. Cina Merc. spig.

TEETH - DENTITION - difficult - accompanied by - worms in children; complaints of Cina merc. SIL. stann.

TEETH - WORM; sensation of a kali-i. mag-m. syph.

THROAT - CRAWLING - worm were squirming in; as if a hyper. kali-c. merc. Puls.

THROAT - PAIN - gnawing pain - worm; as from a Calc.

THROAT - WORM; sensation of a bry. calc. hyper. merc. puls.

URINARY ORGANS - WORMS; complaints from cinnb. sulph.

VERTIGO - ACCOMPANIED BY - worms; complaints of cina spig.

VISION - COLORS before the eyes - dark – worms phys.

VISION - COMPLAINTS of vision - accompanied by - worms; complaints of Hyos.

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Dermatitis and Bites from Marine Worms" width="36" height="48"> Chapter 209. Bites and Stings of Terrestrial and Aquatic Life > Dermatitis and Bites from Marine Worms  Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine, 8e

Worms and Parasites" width="36" height="48"> Chapter 214. Intestinal Worms and Parasites The Color Atlas of Family Medicine, 2e

Infections Caused by Rickettsias, Protozoa, and Worms" width="36" height="48"> Chapter 32. Infections of the Nervous System (Bacterial, Fungal, Spirochetal, Parasitic) and Sarcoidosis > Infections Caused by Rickettsias, Protozoa, and Worms Adams & Victor's Principles of Neurology, 10e

 Encyclopedia Homoeopathica

LOA LOA (EYE WORM)" width="36" height="48"> Global Travelers > LOA LOA (EYE WORM) Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e ..., worm burden is usually low, and symptoms are related to hypersensitivity syndromes and not serious disease. The adult worms inhabit subcutaneous tissues, move about freely, and can live for up to 18 years after the patient's last possible exposure. They are spread from the bite of the Chrysops fly...

PARASITIC HELMINTH (WORM) INFECTIONS" width="36" height="48"> Global Travelers > PARASITIC HELMINTH (WORM) INFECTIONS Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e... TABLE 161-14 Common Parasitic Helminth (Worm) Infestations Name Source of Contamination Human Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Ascaris lumbricoides (roundworm) Fecal–oral contamination or poorly cooked food Minimal symptoms; or pneumonia...

Diseases Due to Cestodes (Segmented Worms)" width="36" height="48"> Helminthic Diseases of the Lungs > Diseases Due to Cestodes (Segmented Worms) Fishman's Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders, 5e... A variety of segmented worms may cause human disease, including Echinococcus. ...

Diseases Due to Trematodes (Flat Worms)" width="36" height="48"> Helminthic Diseases of the Lungs > Diseases Due to Trematodes (Flat Worms) Fishman's Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders, 5e

Infestations" width="28" height="48"> Helminthic Infections and Ectoparasite Infestations Harrison's Manual of Medicine, 19e

DRACUNCULUS MEDINENSIS (GUINEA WORM—TISSUE NEMATODE)" width="38" height="48"> Medical Parasitology > DRACUNCULUS MEDINENSIS (GUINEA WORM—TISSUE NEMATODE) Jawetz, Melnick, & Adelberg’s Medical Microbiology, 27e

 Radar 10

Insects, Spiders, Mites, and Worms" width="28" height="48"> The Skin and Nails > Insects, Spiders, Mites, and Worms DeGowin’s Diagnostic Examination, 10e

OTHER FILARIAL WORMS" width="37" height="48"> Tissue Nematodes > OTHER FILARIAL WORMS Sherris Medical Microbiology, 6e... Other microfilarial parasites have been detected in humans, including species of Mansonella . These are transmitted to people during the bite of the Culicoides midge. For generations, these worms were felt to be harmless to patients, and their importance in parasitology was limited...

HELMINTHS (WORMS)" width="36" height="48"> Zoonotic Infections > HELMINTHS (WORMS) Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e

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Thanks friend...
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